14 posts in Study Abroad

Info Session: UW Study Abroad Opportunities in Australia (5/16)

UW Study Abroad office information session on 5/16 (must register by 5/12) for a range of study abroad options in Australia.

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Study Abroad in the Azores Islands (Summer 2017)

A 3 week, 3-credit course for students of all disciplines who are interested in environmental studies and island ecology. The course will include a substantial field component and introduce the geology, biology, and oceanography of this unique biogeographic zone consisting of volcanic islands and the surrounding marine environment.

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SEA Semester: Caribbean Reef Expedition (New Fall 2017 Program)

SEA Semester: Caribbean Reef Expedition will combine fieldwork in Woods Hole and the Virgin Islands with a research voyage throughout the Caribbean to examine tropical reef ecosystems, their diverse marine life inhabitants, and the impact of human actions upon them.

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Three Seas Program (Northeastern University)

For over 30 years, the Three Seas Program has provided a training ground for aspiring marine scientists. The two semester program provides intensive training in three ecologically diverse settings at world-class locations with faculty members who are leaders in their field. Students have the opportunity to explore the intertidal ecosystem of Northeastern US, work with tropical species native to Panama, and learn about fishes and mammals of the Pacific Northwest. 

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[study abroad]: Broadreach Marine Biology Study Abroad Courses

Hello! My name is Jill Furgurson and I am the Director of College Programs at Broadreach. Our programs offer hands-on, experiential learning designed to get you out of the classroom and immersed in the field of marine biology. Choose from a variety of unique courses and prepare to work alongside scientists in the field, earning professional certifications and college credit along the way. 

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Space & Scholarships Available for SEA Semester Study Abroad in spring 2017

Greetings from Woods Hole! I’m writing to let you know that space is still available for our late spring SEA Semester: Marine Biodiversity & Conservation program, March 20 – June 17, 2017.
Given that your institution is on a trimester or quarter calendar, there may still be time for your students to consider spending a term off campus with us. Automatic $2,500 scholarships are available in addition to our standing $2,500 trimester/quarter award! 

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[internship] Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program Scientific Internship Program (Gnaraloo, Australia)

adviser notes: unpaid internship from October 2016 to April 2017. Accommodation and food covered while there. Transportation there is not covered – chance of getting return travel costs covered upon completion of the internship (by application; depends on need).
Gnaraloo is a wilderness tourism business and working pastoral station on the Ningaloo Coast in North Western Australia, adjacent to the Ningaloo Marine Park and Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area. 

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Fully Funded Marine, Oceanographic and Atmospheric Undergraduate Internships (Bermuda)

Applications are due May 31st 2016!
The Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS) has received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), for the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program, to support eight internships for undergraduate student research at BIOS during Fall 2016 (arrive August 28th and depart November 19th 2016).
An REU internship at BIOS is a great way to gain the experience necessary to embark on graduate studies or careers in the marine and atmospheric sciences.  

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Summer course at Shoals Marine Laboratory (Appledore Island, Maine)

Marine Environmental Science and Conservation
One semester of college-level biology.
June 13, 2016 – June 27, 2016
Course Description
Students and staff motoring across Gosport Harbor from Appledore (home of Shoals Marine Lab) to a neighboring island. Students and staff motoring across Gosport Harbor from Appledore (home of Shoals Marine Lab) to a neighboring island. The ocean provides us with food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe. 

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Volunteer Field Assistant: Cetacean Research in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Daniele Cagnazzi (Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Marine Ecology Research Centre, SCU) is currently accepting applications for three volunteer positions, for the Capricorn Cetaceans Project for the Australian winter season from the 7 of May to the first week of September 2015.
The primary aim of this project is to study inshore dolphin species primarily the Australian humpback dolphin and the Australian snubfin dolphin in the Southern Great Barrier Reef Queensland Australia. 

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